The two boys were very good. They both enjoyed themselves and were very well behaved. Axel in particular really thrived on the action, activity, and attention. That dog continues to impress me. I mentioned that he reminds me of Maya and I think he may be the closest we've got to her intellectual equal around here. You can just see it in his eyes, he's bright, alert, and takes it all in. I may have to impose an IQ test for potential adopters. You must be smarter than the dog to adopt the dog.
Lego is just a big goofy pup. He nearly took a couple of people to the ground with his lean. He's playfully mouthy like a puppy still, more so than I've seen here at home, perhaps because he was in play mode most of the time we were there. He barked a couple times and it's a BIG bark, (he has no indoor voice) but it's just him talking.
|Lots of folks inquired about his mix.|
I just said shepherd plus.
|Lego runs through his repertoire of tricks (Sit, Shake, Down)|
in rapid succession and ends up down and sometimes holds it.
|Axel has his own version of the lean.|
|We tried the little green hats for St. Pat's|
Day, but neither dog cared much for them.
|That's a very Dane look and pose.|
|Axel would let anyone and everyone|
touch him and he loved it.
|Both dogs were very treat motivated.|
|He's got a good Dane profile too.|
|It's hard to lay down gracefully when your legs are|
so long. Gigi could pull it off, Lego, not so much.
|When there weren't a lot of people around we let the two boys|
play together. They played each other out and slept quietly
on the ride home.